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Saturday, April 17, 2021

Germany Picks Ghana As Location For West African Centre Of Global Health..

The German ambassador to Ghana, Christoph Retzlaff has Tweeted that the German Government has picked Ghana as the location for the West African Centre for Global Health and Pandemic Prevention...







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Retzlaff tweeted

 “Excellent news: Germany Flag of Germany will support [the] launch of a new “German-West African Center for Global Health and Pandemic Prevention.
.It will be located in Ghana and be part of eight new centres worldwide to fight global challenges.”

From @punchnewspapers on Instagra,

37 comments:

  1. Nigeria is still far better than Ghana .
    The Ghanaians I know are too local and timid.

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    1. They're using their 'timidity' to develop their country. With all the 'wisdom' Nigeria has why are investors either running away or pulling out?

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    2. We are? If you say so Oga/madam confidence πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚

      Omo Ghana

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    3. And they will tell you Nigerians are loud and aggressive.
      To each its own; its a country where things are working with their being "local". Social amenities being no1.

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    4. Local but not stealing from there own, instead developing themselves

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    5. Nigerians and our misplaced aggression.

      We always think we know too much, yet the so called foolish and timid people e.g Ghana, Oyibos etc are the ones we keep running to after messing up our own land with our oversabi and corruption.

      Mtcheewww....

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  2. Congratulations Ghana. This a country Nigeria forced to go years back. A country that was in abject poverty due to bad governance. If they can get it right. I'm hopeful. That means Biafra is possible....

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  3. Shame dey catch me for Naija.

    We are no longer'Giant' of Africa but 'ant' of Africa.

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    1. Where we ever giant? Ever since i was a kid, I've always known this place to be an animal kingdom. Imagine if it weren't for the Nigerian citizens that gets zero support from their country that has been raising the flag high, would people even know that there's a sham called Nigeria? Happy for Ghana, let every good thing in life continue to happen to anyone that wants and works for it.

      Zoogeria, you people should continue with the kidnaps, killing, religious war, backwardness, tribalism, debts, nepotism, lies, twisting stories and the continues recycling of old worn-out block heads. Las las, una go eventually tire.

      Congrats ojere Ghana.πŸ‡¬πŸ‡­ πŸ‡¬πŸ‡­

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    2. Ghana is a very expensive country o but almost everything works

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  4. This administration has done more harm than good by not creating a better environment for economy growth. The last time it was twitter, now this.

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  5. Oga Lai,where are you.Hope you are already thinking of who to put the blame on this time around.

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  6. Hmmm sometimes I don't understand Nigerians. Why the unhealthy competition though? Anytime anything good comes to Ghana you all cry on social media; why? The sky is big enough for every bird to fly na. Why can't we all soar high together? Twitter has chosen Ghana, big deal! Isn't that a win for us all as Africans? Why can't Nigerians wish a similar company establishe in Nigeria too instead of thinking Twitter should have chosen Nigeria and start talking down on Ghana? You all should stop it already with this pull him down attitude. Let's rather unite to push Africa forward than this unhealthy competition.

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  7. Well deserved. Atleast Ghana has security n power.

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    1. Exactly! These 2 factors are essential for any successful business. My youngest sibling went for excursion in Ghana and he told me that the power supply there is so good, even aboki kiosk sell icecream there.

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    2. Because when they take power, we fight them tooth and nail. The last administration was kicked out due to power outages. This new one is trying to and we are fighting back!!


      Omo Ghana

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  8. "The unpatriotic citizens caused it...they always chant Ghana must go
    and carry loots in Ghana must go (bags) and shoot at innocent protesters...
    Yes, the unpatriotic citizens caused it...they manufacture figures for covid
    and blame the patriotic people for all the woes...those unpatriotic people that go
    abroad to treat mosquito bites, they are the cause..."
    Germany, don't mind all those unpatriotic people, look towards Aso rock
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  9. There is a Ghana must go baskets now
    🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺

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    1. πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

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  10. Lai Mohammed will still blame End Sars protesters

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  11. If you guys knew how many international companies are winding up their businesses in Nigeria, you will be all be worried.

    Even shoprite selling off their business cos it's no longer feasible here in Nigeria. Do you know the terrible policies this Buhari govt brought up? Ridiculous policies that doesn't make any sense.

    In abuja, there is a stupid organisation called AMAC where they charge tax to watch TV...Imagine charging Tax for TV (Television) that I bought paid for and installed with my own money and I will pay you to use it. They locked my clients office cos of it, when he called me, I told him to break their seal and enter...what rubbish. Next thing they came with fictitious court order...ngwanu let's go to court, they refused. When they realised that I was serious, they came in with another angle to "settle" them. Now this client is Nigerian, imagine the foreigners.

    Ghana is better off. They are open to foreign investment , they have light and water , they do not bring in terrible policies and above all, they are mostly honest than the average Nigerian.

    Nigeria is doomed at this point...even to order from AliExpress or Amazon, you must have a dollar account...why? How many small businesses can survive when they can't even afford to open a dollar account?

    We are our own problem las last.

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    1. Nigerians keep running down their country online and everywhere yet expect miracles. Self deceit.

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    2. Next time, just say Nigeria is doomed FOR YOU. Personalize it biko.

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    3. Anon 14:39 you just made my point. You're obviously one of the reasons why the word DELUSION exists.

      No matter the country I'm in...I will survive....can you???

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    4. Anon forget that thing. Where is the lie in all she said?
      You people have been so brainwashed to think that Nigeria's present situation is normal. Imagine an aboki telling me when I was complaining to my friend about the state of the economy ' e dey everywhere, no be only Nigeria'.
      People like you and that aboki are even worse than the government. Going about defending evil. That's wickedness.

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  12. This is good news and should benefit the entire region.

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  13. It’s like Ghana has done juju and stolen Nigeria’s glory.

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    1. Your comment is very disturbing on so many levels.

      Any rise in any country in Africa benefits the entire continent. Are you not sick and tired of seeing African associated with poverty and destitution? If countries are rising up it shifts the narrative and allows the young people to feel their dreams are achievable and the dream of Africa to be all that it can be is possible. Where nobody suffers, where nobody goes hungry, where everyone has access to good affordable medical care, education, housing and a continent with excellent infrastructure all throughout. Nigeria is one country, the entire glory of Africa cannot be just for one nation only. Dream a bigger and more inclusive dream for the continent and for every person who is African.

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    2. SMH.
      Thank you for that response 03:56.

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